Selkirk News and Alerts

Registrations for Camp Awesome 2018 Are Now Open!

The City of Selkirk Spring Break Day Camp (Camp Awesome), established in 2000 is for children ages 6-12 and is based out of the Selkirk Recreation Complex Banquet Hall.     Our main goal is to provide a safe, fun environment for all children who attend.  We offer a great a welcoming atmosphere where camp participants will…

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Garbage & Recycling Pick-Up Delay

Due to extreme temperatures and the volume of garbage and recycling materials put out this week, the contractor, Waste Connections of Canada, is running behind schedule. They have assured us that all garbage and recycling will be collected by the end of the week (January 7th).  Please leave your cans and blue boxes out to ensure that…

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Frozen Water Lines

Every winter, a few Selkirk residents will experience freezing water pipes.  Often, frozen lines and pipes can be avoided with some simple proactive steps in your home. Here is some information about how to prevent freezing as well as what to do when you have received a notice from the City or if your pipes…

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